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MJ Akbar wins Rajya Sabha by-poll from Jharkhand FnF Correspondent ,  Jul 03, 2015
BJP's national spokesman MJ Akbar today won the Rajya Sabha bypoll from Jharkhand, defeating Haji Hussain Ansari of the JMM by 19 votes. "78 out of a total 80 voters cast their votes. One vote was found invalid, leaving a total of 77 votes," returning officer Sushil Kumar Singh told. .... Read News
BJP patronising communal polarisation; Lalit Modi case will disrupt parliament: Sitaram Yechury FnF Correspondent ,  Jul 02, 2015
Interacting with women journalists CPI General Secretary Sitaram Yachury said, 'A new trimurti is being sculpted by this government. One is of neo-liberal economic policies… Two, state patronage is being given to sharpening of communal polarisation…Third are the authoritarian tendencies of this government.' .... Read News
Weak Congress can't stop Modi; Rahul out of touch with reality: Hansraj Bhardwaj FnF Correspondent ,  Jul 02, 2015
Former Union minister Hansraj Bhardwaj has slammed his party Congress for threatening it would not let Parliament function if the central government failed to act against External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj and Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje. Both Swaraj and Raje are in the line of fire for helping Lalit Modi, the ex-chief of cash-rich Indian Premier League. .... Read News
Modi govt politically dishonest, has no values: Govindacharya FnF Correspondent ,  Jul 01, 2015
RSS ideologue and former BJP general secretary KN Govindacharya has hit out at the Narendra Modi government for shielding ministers who are facing allegations of corruption and impropriety. Speaking to The Hindu, Govindacharya said the central government's support to such ministers "speaks of the political dishonesty of the establishment". .... Read News
Rajasthan CM in Delhi, likely to meet Modi FnF Correspondent ,  Jun 27, 2015
Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje, who has the central government's backing over the Lalit Modi controversy, arrived here on Saturday and is likely to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi. .... Read News
Govt has imposed undeclared emergency in country: Congress FnF Correspondent ,  Jun 25, 2015
Congress on Thursday accused the government of imposing an "undeclared emergency" in the country after Prime Minister Narendra Modi termed Emergency as one of the "darkest period" in India's history on its 40th anniversary. .... Read News
BJP leadership declared all leaders above 75 as 'brain dead': Yashwant Sinha FnF Correspondent ,  Jun 25, 2015
Senior BJP leader and former finance minister Yashwant Sinha Wednesday took a dig at the BJP leadership, saying the present regime had declared BJP leaders above 75 as "brain dead” soon after assuming office last year. All those who are above the age of 75 were declared brain dead on May 26, 2014," said Sinha (82), who has taken on the current BJP leadership on several occasions. .... Read News
Congress demands Smirti Irani's resignation FnF Correspondent ,  Jun 24, 2015
The Congress on Wednesday demanded the resignation of Human Resource Development Minister Smriti Irani for allegedly fudging facts regarding her educational qualifications. .... Read News
Congress questions PM's silence on the 'indefensible issue' FnF Correspondent ,  Jun 23, 2015
Stepping up the attack on BJP leadership over the Lalit Modi controversy, the Congress on Tuesday said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi was losing political capital by trying to protect the External Affairs Minister and the Rajasthan Chief Minister through his continued silence on the "indefensible issue." .... Read News
Sanjay Joshi's poster criticises PM Modi's Ramadan call to Pakistan FnF Correspondent ,  Jun 23, 2015
In a veiled criticism of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Ramadan call to Pakistan and Bangladesh, posters featuring former BJP general secretary Sanjay Joshi were put up outside homes of senior BJP leaders here on Tuesday. .... Read News
For BJP, euphoria of last May seem far away Amulya Ganguli ,  Jun 20, 2015
Till the quicksand of indiscretions enveloped Sushma Swaraj and Vasundhara Raje, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) had the advantage over its principal rival, the Congress, of not being the victim of any major scandal. .... Read Article
So why's this Modi worried in Bihar? Imran Khan ,  Jun 18, 2015
BJP leader Sushil Kumar Modi - better known these days as SuMo to rhyme with Prime Minister Narendra Modi's NaMo - is seemingly a worried man ever since his party made it clear that there won't be a chief ministerial candidate ahead of the Bihar assembly elections. .... Read Article
Why the Communists remain a peripheral force in India Amulya Ganguli ,  May 16, 2015
Seven years after the deed was done, the new Communist Party of India-Marxist general secretary, Sitaram Yechury, has confessed that his party made a mistake by withdrawing support from the Manmohan Singh government on the India-US nuclear deal in 2008. .... Read Article
Has Rahul Gandhi shot himself in the foot? Amulya Ganguli ,  Apr 18, 2015
Unlike the Biblical tale of a prodigal son, the return of a foot-loose family member may not be a cause of great joy to his relatives. In Rahul Gandhi's case, it can be a source of embarrassment and misgivings. .... Read Article
Kejriwal chose Perfect Victory over Perfect Party MR Narayan Swamy ,  Mar 31, 2015
From the happenings of recent weeks, it will be tempting to deduce that Arvind Kejriwal is a Stalinist who, like all autocrats, hates democracy and dissension and loves yes-men. That's what Prashant Bhushan will want us to believe. But the stormy story of the Aam Aadmi Party's internal crisis is far more complicated than such a black-and-white narrative. .... Read Article
Sonia Gandhi in charge but her alliance is shaky Amulya Ganguli ,  Mar 28, 2015
If Rahul Gandhi is in retreat in a Buddhist monastery in Myanmar, as rumours have it, then he can be said to be imitating, in part, the Sakya prince who left home and hearth 2,500 years ago to find out the meaning of life. In the Congress' heir-apparent's case, however, his quest is seemingly for finding his own rightful place in the 130-year-old party. .... Read Article
'Dirty politics' in AAP ? Amulya Ganguli ,  Mar 07, 2015
For the Aam Admi Party (AAP) to begin falling apart less than a month after its famous victory in the Delhi election will be a cause of surprise and disappointment to its legions of followers in the national capital and outside. Surprise will be felt because it was believed that the party had learnt the right lessons from the suicidal tendencies which it displayed after its electoral success last year. .... Read Article
The emperor has no sense: Rahul's revival plan reveals his Tughlaq complex Ajaz Ashraf ,  Mar 02, 2015
The quirky politics of Rahul Gandhi, most recently symbolised by his absence from the Budget session of Parliament, reveals a mindset remarkably similar to that of Muhammad bin Tughlaq. Like the monarch, Rahul's approach to politics and power adheres to what is prescribed in textbooks, seemingly commonsensical, yet out of sync with the extant reality. .... Read Article
Fugitive prince: Is there a rift between Sonia and Rahul? Amulya Ganguli ,  Feb 28, 2015
There may be a deeper and more unsettling reason for Rahul Gandhi's present farewell to active politics than the explanation that he has gone away to mull over the factors which led to the Congress's recent electoral reverses. .... Read Article
PM Modi's secular pitch can give BJP a new face Amulya Ganguli ,  Feb 21, 2015
The saffron brotherhood is apparently coming to terms with India's pluralism - and the constitution. As Prime Minister Narendra Modi's observation that his government will act against any religious group inciting violence shows he has realized, albeit belatedly, that he cannot afford to maintain his "dangerous silence", to quote the New York Times, on the intimidation of minorities by Hindu groups affiliated to the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS). .... Read Article
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